Time Sensitive Opportunity: Interview with Amazon.com’s Paul Misener about Net Neutrality and how it affects Small Business
The Blog Squad in concert with The Internet Association of Information Marketers presents an interview with Paul Misener, VP Global Public Policy, Amazon.com about Net Neutrality
In a nutshell:
"The Internet Freedom and Nondiscrimination Act of 2006" addresses the need for meaningful and enforceable Net Neutrality legislation to ensure that the Internet continues as a vital force of innovation and economic benefit for all Americans.
Today I will be conducting a 30 minute interview with Paul Misener, VP of Global Public Policy for Amazon.com.
If you have a question about Net Neutrality and how it affects your business, please reply to this email with your question for Mr. Misener no later than 3 p.m. ET.
The interview will be recorded and posted on our blogs within 48 hours .
Remember, if you have a question for Mr. Misener about Net Neutrality, please send it to me right away so I can include it on my list.
For more on Net Neutrality, there’s a series of posts on my blog at:
To your success,
Founding Partner, The Blog Squad
About Paul Misener
Principal developer and representative of Amazon.com’s public policy positions worldwide. Prior to Amazon.com, Misener was Chairman of the eCommerce and Internet Law Practice and Partner at Wiley, Rein & Fielding where he advised and represented clients on a variety of e-commerce issues, including online privacy, Internet taxation, third-party liability, and telecom infrastructure. Misener was Senior Legal Advisor and Chief of Staff at the Office of Commissioner Harold Furchtgott-Roth at the Federal Communications Commission where he was the principal law, policy, and engineering advisor, including Internet regulation, telephone, satellite, wireless, and cable matters. Previous positions also include Manager of Telecommunications and Computer Technology Policy at Intel Corp., Telecommunications Policy Engineer at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, and Telecommunications Engineer at IITRI / Electromagnetic Compatibility Analysis Center.
About The Blog Squad
Blogging experts Patsi Krakoff and Denise Wakeman are The Blog Squad(tm). They have teamed up to help professionals harness the power of blogs, newsletters, and ecommerce systems to make marketing tasks easier and more effective. Between them they have 16 years of Internet know-how and write on 9 blogs. Patsi and Denise have co-authored "Build a Better Blog: The Ultimate Guide to Boosting Your Business with a Professional Blog," "Confessions of a Reluctant Blogger," the Blog to Book Project, and "Secrets of Successful Ezines: A Guide to Writing and Publishing an Ezine that Gets Results." They know what works and what doesn’t. You can read their popular blog at www.BuildaBetterBlog.com and get their free weekly ezine Savvy eBiz Tips at www.SavvyeBizTips.com.
About The Internet Association of Information Marketers
The Internet Association of Information Marketers is dedicated to enhance the success of internet information marketers, providing resources, education and information to help them grow their business, income and influence. Your membership in NetAim.info puts you on the fast track to Internet generated profits and gives you access to many of the top marketers in the world who can show you the way to fast profits and help you avoid the costly mistakes that give the net a bad name. Information about NetAim